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The Oeko-Center Administrative Building / Steinmetz De Meyer

© Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry

Bierger-Center / STEINMETZDEMEYER

  • Architects: STEINMETZDEMEYER
  • Location: Place Guillaume, L-2090 Luxembourg
  • Area: 4571.0 sqm
  • Photographs: Christof Weber

© Christof Weber © Christof Weber © Christof Weber © Christof Weber

Administrative Building For The Oeko-Center / STEINMETZDEMEYER

© Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry

The Luxembourg Freeport / Atelier d'Architecture 3BM3

  • Architects: Atelier d'Architecture 3BM3
  • Location: Luxembourg
  • Architect in Charge: Carmelo STENDARDO, Bénédicte MONTANT
  • Project Manager: Marcos Perez
  • Collaborators: Raphael de Paulin, Eliana Trindade, Bruno Ferraz
  • Photographs: Courtesy of Atelier d'Architecture 3BM3

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Enovos Luxembourg Headquarter / Jim Clemes Atelier d´Architecture et de Design

© Steve Troes Fotodesign © Steve Troes Fotodesign © Steve Troes Fotodesign © Steve Troes Fotodesign

BNL Bibliothèque Nationale de Luxembourg / BOLLES+WILSON

In 2003, BOLLES + WILSON won a national competition that gained them commission of the new Luxemburg National Library (BnL Bibliothèque Nationale de Luxembourg). After years of hibernation, the 39,000 square meter library will break ground in 2014. 

Follow us after the break for more analysis on the library...

Lalux Assurances Headquarters / Jim Clemes Atelier d´Architecture et de Design

© Robert Sprang © Robert Sprang © Robert Sprang © Robert Sprang

NIC / n-lab architects

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7 Units Housing Building / Metaform Architecture

© Steve Troes © Steve Troes © Steve Troes © Steve Troes

LuxTram: Luxembourg's New Tramway / Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

The design proposal for a new tramway line in the city of Luxembourg by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands aims to revive the city’s original tram system which was installed in 1859 and ceased in the 1960s. The project will provide enormous strategic improvement in public transport in Luxembourg and hopes to achieve a new standard of urban space for Europe. The new tram line is a central element in the Government of Luxembourg’s sustainable mobility or “MoDu” strategy, which sets out to improve transport connections across the city. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Venice Biennale 2012: Futura Bold? Post-City: Considering the Luxembourg case

Courtesy of Luxembourg Pavilion Exhibitors Yi-der Chou, Radim Louda, Philippe Nathan
Courtesy of Luxembourg Pavilion Exhibitors Yi-der Chou, Radim Louda, Philippe Nathan

The Luxembourg Pavilion for the 2012 Venice Biennale, entitled Futura Bold? Post-City: Considering the Luxembourg case, is a speculative exploration of the future issues that cities of the 21st century will be facing. Using Luxembourg as a case study, Post-City seeks an attitude toward the forces of the urban environment instead of concluding with an urban proposal.  Post-City poses pertinent questions that arise from Luxembourg’s urban conditions today.  Posed as a platform for discussion, the pavilion will be on view at the Ca’ del Duca as part of the 2012 Venice Biennale until November 25th. Join us after the break for more on this project.

Extension in a Cité Jardin / STEINMETZDEMEYER

Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes
Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes

Architects: STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Design Team: Magalie Braune, Franziska Hofmann, Heike Bohrer Project Year: 2008 Photographs: Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes

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Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes
Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes
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Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes
Courtesy of STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes
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In The Middle Of The Village / STEINMETZDEMEYER Architectes Urbanistes

© C. Weber © C. Weber © C. Weber © C. Weber

Luxodrome / Charles Wagner

The proposal for the Luxodrome, designed by Charles Wagner, is a concept started after analyzing the recent topography of a velodrome, which is most of the time just a circle built by two lines and two half circles. With tracks still looking like a hundred years ago, even though cycling as a sport has developed rapidly over the years, this project aims to demonstrate the look of a future velodrome. This is why the track itself has to change to be up to date for all the different race formats. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Lili's Garden / EGB Hornung & Associés

  • Architects: EGB Hornung & Associés
  • Location: 27 Rue du Château, Luxembourg
  • Architect in Charge: Pia Mai
  • Area: 650.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Courtesy of EGB Hornung & Associés S.ÀR.L.

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House THE / n-lab architects

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